zillionaire


Related to zillionaire: Trillionaire

zil·lion·aire

 (zĭl′yə-nâr′)
n. Informal
One having an immense, incalculable amount of wealth.

zillionaire

(ˌzɪljəˈnɛə)
n
a person who has an extremely large but unspecified amount of money
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Ebook C Flowable: Children Benji Franklin: Kid Zillionaire, Capstone Young Readers Severn Suzuki and the Day She Silenced the World, Second Story Press The Staff of Serapis, Disney Publishing Worldwide You Choose: Scooby-Doo
While it may be no reflection on Hanauer's politics, the deal that made him a zillionaire clearly didn't turn out to be a good buy for Microsoft investors.
The Zillionaire album edged into the UK top 40, but another of its songs became ABC's biggest US hit - Be Near Me reaching No9 in the main listings and No1 in the dance chart.
GAZETTE writer Anthony Vickers takes a look at the biggest talking points of the match: | BE careful what you wish for - Part 17 Over the painful past few years of frustration as the club has struggled in the shadow of Eindhoven, many Boro fans have demanded that Steve Gibson sell up to one of the many zillionaire chancers they think are queuing up to buy Boro.
Clearly moved by the struggle of Ethiopian refugee Aida and her beguiling daughter Amelia (weekly food budget: 11 quid), zillionaire Theo Paphitis vowed to sort out their chaotic finances.
If I had a pound for every second I spent in a checkout or 'please pay here' queue, I would have enough cash to buy out Amazon and become a zillionaire.
I wish I were a zillionaire so I could buy my grandmother a brand-new car for Christmas.
The feeling that if some zillionaire came up behind you in a Bugatti Veyron he would stay in your rear-view mirror as long you wanted.
But the self-made zillionaire obviously knows how to run a business - that's how he got rich.
If I had the technical knowhow I'd invent a ballfinder, patent it and retire a zillionaire.
Let's see the next trial for racist abuse hinge on an issue worthier than whether it's acceptable for one zillionaire footballer to say, "I've ***ed yer missus", but not for another to use the word "black", however much it was done "ironically".
As a bonus, each bank comes with the pop-up guide, "Ten Steps to Becoming a Zillionaire.